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Profound and disturbing, A Short Stay In Hell is a perfect blend of science fiction, theology, and horror. A terrifying meditation on faith, human nature, and the relentless scope of eternity. It will haunt you, fittingly, for a very, very long time. ---- Dan Wells, author of I Am Not a Serial Killer
An irresistible invention. Peck has somehow squeezed all of human experience, not to mention near-infinite expanses of space and time, into one miraculously slim novella. You won t be able to stop thinking about this book. ---- Ken Jennings, author of Brainiac and Maphead
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Another way out Science fiction that was really far out. Kept reading to see if got any more understandable, but no luck. Can't really recommend it.Published 7 days ago by Kindle Customer
A Short Stay in Hell is about a faithful Mormon man who ends up in Zoroastrian Hell when he dies. Having followed the “wrong religion” all of his life, he is condemned to a giant... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah Seeley
This book it great! I don't think it was the authors intention, but after reading it and really trying to wrestle with the concept of eternity, I came to the conclusion that I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel Gaskell
A short novel, but the mind-boggling scale of the premise makes it a must-read.Published 3 months ago by rt
This book was haunting and beautiful at the same time. It was profound and thought provoking, all while being interesting and accessible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by eyedempotent
I love this book. It starts funny, continues interesting (you actually almost think how nice it is in hell) until leaving you with horror behind at the end when you realize the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gilbert De David